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THE ABGKCTS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1900.
UEATHtR WE MAY HAVE
Fair t-jniJd arid Satur
day; icxrw r Saturday.
J. M. SlirMER, Observer
Today's temperature at G
a. m., 14; at noon, 2G.
Fresh fih at Hess Bros'.
Holiday goods at Lloyd's.
ftay & noma of Keidy Bros.
For Insurance E. J. Ban a.
I or real estate, E. J Burns.
Ask for Rock Island Girl cigar.
skates at Summers & Woodin's.
List your property with Keidy Bros.
Call for La Flor de E.T. D., 10 cents.
Concert at Turner hall next Sunday
If von want your property 6old list
It with Hull & Co.
Dance at Turner hall next Sunday
niirht. Admission -5 cents.
A iinefolcct line of ainokirg jackets
gowns aiid Light robt-s at Lloyit's.
If you want to buy or sell real es
tate, "consult (ioMsinith & McKee.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
tt n Jin hour at Harms1 restaurant.
Mrs. J. B. Cramer died at her home
f.n Twelfth street this afternoon,
The -tage of water at the Rock Is
land bridge at noon was stationary at
2. The temperature at .ioon was i!5
The Minuet Social club will give a
lance at Turner hall Saturday even
ing, admission cents. Music will
be furnished by Lee (Jrabbe's orches
tra. A number f suits for damages are.
:ccrrdiug to the Davenport papers,
likely to grow out of the disastrous
Thanksgiving day biler explosion at
the Davenport Glucose factory.
The retail merchants hold their ad
journed meet: tig this evening in the
association's new rooms in the Mitch
ell v Lyridc buillicg. Several im
portant matters will ome up.
The skating park at the triangle
has been put iu tirst-lass shape by
Romley Brothers. 1'ienty of lights
havt been pro i-lcil and there is a
well warmed room in which to rest.
Tln-re will be an ciU-rtainnieut at
Memorial hall this evening bv Shilch
i-jiniiiar.il No. '. I". V. I". Tlif pro
gram includes addresses by Myor
Mi-Conochie and Hev. G. 15. Simons.
Mrs. Djvos win scmoved fr.::i St.
Anthony's luispital v-terday after
noon to her iiiinn', - Fourth ave-III!'-".
in tin- ambulance. She is recov
eiivg from an attack of typhoid fever.
Klix-I Truselli anl li.'atiicc, the
tw-i little daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
I. iv ctivlt, who live at 1 !. Fif'li ave
nue, Molirr, tlied in' !ip:itheria within
:; hours of each c:tiu r and were bur
ied in the same casket yesterday
The Tri-City Ministerial union
meets next Monday nt 2 p. m. at the
Hoc Island Y. M. C. A. rooms. The
subject for discussion is The l'lace
anil Province of Prayer in Iivivals,"
opened by a paper by Rev. J. W. Wed-tlc-1!,
August Ilenke, who lives at tiL'o
Thirty eighth street in this city,
while hauling coal in Moline Wednes
day night was struck by a Fourth
avi niie car. The wagon was wrecked
ami Mr. ll?uke sustained serious in
juries about the head.
C. C. Crouch, arrested in Davenport
for ttkinga typewriter from the c tlice
rf the Lewis Hooting company, in Mo
line, in lieu rf wages hs claimed were
due him. has been released, a satisfac
tory settlement having been made.
Ik' has agreed not to pros-ecute the
company for false imprisonment.
Trie marriage of Miss Marcr 11a Cam
eron, of Kjck Island, to. Jo l.iahv, of
tli'.- city, whic'i occurred Djc. -, at
tJiiicsimrg. lil . has been announced.
Kev. ,). Costa, pastor of the Corpus
Christie church, performed the cere
mony. This comes in the nature of a
siirpi isc to tbe friends of the young
ouo'.i'. They will Login housekeep
ing soon. Divcnport 11 publican.
A. W. Williams, for several years
profc-sor of mathematics at Augus
lana college, is seriously ill with an
aiinieut that bartles the skill of the
pii vs'iiuus to iliaguoae. lie was
.Niiickcu but a few il.tngo and seems
now in danger of lo.-ing ins eyesight,
lie makes hi- home at the resilience
i f II. II. IL-lIaud. on Tnirty-cighth
Al l. .KOl M AMl.l
Audulusia. Dec. ' . Fred Masher
returned to Utfck I.-'aiul Tuesday. j
Mi-s Bianche Uurgoyne is visiting
relatives at Eagle Grove. Iowa. j
Mir. Ku.-mus Johns jn. an aed eiti-!
.fu of Andalusia, ditd Ttcrsiliy
The schools are closed for the holi
days. Wii'.ia'ii Bjr.ey ami wife-, of .uaw-
; ka, are visiting relatives in this vi
! ReV. John Slyter, of Enon, deliv
ered a sermon at the Baptist church
. bur.day mirning.
j Mr. Lee Wade and wife, of
. B lston, returned heme Monday
j Silvester Mosher and family
! moved int3 oar village.
i iiuy uajea wnois nome iron
j Island is nl with inflammatory
Kev. Sbeperd. of Illinois City,
hold meetings at the M. E. church.
Mrs. Frank Dollerhide and son
Charles, cf Muscatine, spent Christ
mas with relatives here.
Charlie and Pearl Reynold, of Gil
christ, spent Christmas with their
aunt. Mrs. A. C. Reede.
A few of our younr people were at
the Reynolds dance Friday night.
Clarence Smith, of Minneapolis,
Minn , is spending the holidays with
Dr. trio's Cousrb S-vruu curvs On'.irri
rr iA'l :t :-. - Onionrrs l'n'ii,
V Kf -in-tTur.g'i :i:;vl .i.f- Vt:-j:
viibm.t lad. All r.Kthvr-i jriiis.' it.
1 Vk :rs prvcrilf it f t Bronchitis,
Jloarst n s, Crij'V. I'n-'niuuiJ. i'.::d
Consumption. C';- :ro re.u'.to.
. seat. V. t':c ac..:- r -
Always cures when others fa;!.
Or. Bull PUls cureCusujuoa. 59 pii:
A TALE OF LOW PRICES
For Saturday at Tonne tt McCouilm'.
No introduction or explanation nec
essary to preface such news as this
below. None of these bargains to
'J a. m. 100 dozen tea cups and
saucers; six cups, 6 saucers, worth
6c set, for this hour only 15c.
10 a. m. 1,00'J yards fancy dress
goods, in checks, worth up to 4oc per
yard, your choice for this hour ITAc.
11 a. ru. Ladies waists. Tennis
and wool Uannel waists, worth up to
fl.-o, sale price 56c.
1 p. m All ladies' muslin under
wear. Take your choice of any gar
ment in stock, pants, skirts, gowns,
corset covers, in fact anything in this
department at half price. That means
just what it says, half price.
3 p. m. Millinery department. All
cur children's colored hoods, worth
uptofl, take your choice for this
Same hour. Trimmed hats, worth
up to $2 50, your choice for this hour
4 p. m. Fancy cream candy, regu
lar 1 5c value, sale price 5c.
I p. m --Single bed comforters, for
this sale :5c
7 p. tu. 250 12mo cloth bound
books, our regular l'.'c Locks, for this
Same hour. "When Knighthood
Was in Flower" 6Lc.
Yolni; & Mi CeiMi-.s.
HE COFLSSEiTtOO MUCH.
I.uok S.ikf tin- ',rif.if,ii liail (out icteil
II 1111 of yt nriier.
S;:;-r.uii"i!ti. IV.1.. I'-i-. -s. A 111:111
i':ii:.i-d II. ;:-'.'c:i sii: Tendered himself
;: :i:i- ) ml i - Iiitc. siiylii- iliat lie and
.tohn. in urdiTed .-1 mail
I I'ei-iiy a: 4'lare Station.
I'ntv. Mieh.. in ls'.'i. He
1 . . 1 1 n ! I!
.l- :ln- look 1'eeT.V ollt, knocked
Iilin :i head, cut his throat, and
roM.e.l 1 1 : 1 1 1 of S'mi. 'I'hey then cut
a 1 1 !" i.i tin- iee 011 the lake and
ilii-.-w 'In- ii.idy in. That is what he
Mil! Wcihiesd y. Yesterday lie took
'.: ,il! lijek and said he was under the
iit- 'n-e of morphine when lif inii
fi ,1. The polii e . in-hid. -d that his
lii-eam" was true all the same
anil have i-oiiti rma t ion of thir liel'ef in
a !;ii.iti h from 'lare, Mieh.
Tiiis d':.iteii says: "The mari
winise murder II. Creell confessed
:n S...T.H11.-I, to Wedltesday w as Owen
l'in. instead of Itill l eeny. as
i;;e,-n stat-.-d. I'eeny was in flare on
j" .iee .lau s. 177. and displayed eon
sidcral le money. Ho 1 man led a train
that niuht for the lumber camp where
he was employed, and was never auain
si-.-n alive. Search was le;.'im and a
hole was discovered in tlu ice on a
small lake near the lumber camp, but
the Imily cmild in lie fouu'd. Tie
following September 1'eeny's ImkIv
was fo:n:d in this lake with tile throat
in and the skull fractured. His mon
ey was missing."
'firmer Make a Din uirrv.
M :!i(iean'.is. I ec. g. 1 .1. Seh.Ti f.
a farmer living near SH'iu-er. Ia.. has
discovered that he li.ls iM'eli lmii'-i
out of a ear load of horses. Monday
lie brought tin- horses here for sale
and fell int the hands ,,f two i-rmiks.
who indu- ed him to take a lmgiis or
der r .r S 1 .: f fur fourteen head of
Inures. The order was payable at a
local bank, but when S.-harf presented
ii If found it to be worthless. In the
nea n t one the two purchasers disap
peared a:id disposed of the horses in
'. .u :-'iis p.uts of the country. Sheriff
Mcairerilen is now trying to :ouud up
Ftrilisli si,Ilir V4V1-4iiimI llnnir.
Si. raid. Dec. :. A A' i u n ; pi ir.
Mm.. sn-i-ial to The Dispatch sa:
Tliors.niils of oiiizrtis si.m1 in the
ci lly blasts iw, hours y srerday.
awaniii tin- arrival i f -oli'iers from
S-oitli Africa. The iraiu had been d -!.m
rd that li-iutii of time en route. The
miiniii" at the station vas inost en
1 1 i -; :i -: 'h-fis erected the laddii-s
in k.thki. An iiionei:s,. iixm-i ssion w as
forn: -d to Ib.ly Triniiy i-hurdi. where
Arehidshop Machray coinlui teil brii f
ser :c. After thai .line the fe-tivi-
I'eatti of a Nrm lai.
"hi nz". Dec. i. John Howard
.to:, s. who from JsjIS to 17."", -.vas
for t! e Northwestern Assix iated
I'ress. in "!iic;:-o. and for the greater
i. ;ir: of that time a-eiit for the West
ern 'alit'ornia Associate 1 Tress, died
at his home in this city yesterday,
i-e.l t'. t ears. His reports of the great
'iiicio tire of 171 gained him eon
s deral'le fame. I'm- :i uim.b.'r of years
.! in s was super ii-cndeiiT of the West
I'.iisioii postal division in tliis city.
Kill IIU Uilrand llimrlf.
I.o Ati-cles-. Pal.. Dee. .. .j,.,,,
W. Iinsley shot and killed his wife.
Ana. i l. I insley. on the stni t ve-t. r
d.iy .i:-.d then tired a bullet into his
own head, ilvin; instantly. The bul
let that kibed his wife entered the left
eye aed j-netr:ileil the brain. He was
a sc mniirel w ho lii-d to his wife before
ti;.' marriage rind roMied her ;ifter
ixard. When .-lie Mn-d h.m for what
ii. - l:.i-l ii.li'xil hor !' ti:e trageijy re
sisted. One never realizes bow little he real
ly knows until he has read a pas or
two ef the dictionary,
Men's Slippers 50c, 65c, qcc, Si, Si. 25, $1.50. Ladies'
Border Slippers 69c to 75c. Ladies' Strap Slippers for
evening wear $1 to S3.
Patent Leather and Patent Kid
Shoes in very large variety $2.48, $5
$2 4S for Ladies' Patent Leather, Cloth Top, Dress
S Shoe on new style last. All widths, equal of any
IS $3.50 shoe in the city.
I THE BOSTON
PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs. g
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I u&A four teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfully recommeEd to the
public that the doctor s anaesthetic is perfectly harmless for elderly people well
the youpr T O. Feits. M. D
1 had six teeth extracted -without nuin. The docor Is very careful In his ex
tractii. 1 recommend him highly. C. W. lXin;Ud, 107 Fourth avenue.
Don't hurt a bit. I had l.i teeth extracted absolutely witcout pain. Mrs. W. H.
Wise. s-l3 Fourteenth street.
I haa eight teeth crow ned with gold and five Kold rilllnps. All work was abso
lutely painless -Miss Agnes Hereendabl. h'M Twenty-sixth street.
At one sittinir I had ir teeth extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
all. Mrs. Mart n Jacobson. 4i!l6 Seventh avenue.
My face was badiv swollen from an ulcerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, Third street and Fif th aveuue.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK FER
CROWDS $2.50 aQd P
FILLING $1.00 up
Teeth Extracted Free When Plates are Ordered. Examination and
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue.
Made cosy by re.ilin
our list "below. Give
u a call. Your erdcr
will receive prompt attention.
Wax Beacs, Cucumbers,
S w ee t l'otatoes, arrow.
Orange. Cr.kb apples,
(Jrupe Fruit, Apples,
C Mai:iKU. Urapes.
f Catawba Grapes
Pressed Turkeys. Pressed Cbick-
C ens Prc-sul Pucks, Krest-ed
i:ese. Wild Uucks. i.'us 1,
L,... I . . 1 . , x . ...
T I C 1SU. tvml .1 ....
IHESS BROS. II
j 6- 0 Second Avo.
New Year's Gifts
of Lasting Qualities.
Umbrellas, ladies' & gentlemen's
Sterling Silver Ware.
Ebony Back Mirrors & Brushes.
Toilet sets in large assortments and
many other articles too numerous to
mention. There is nothing too good
for our patrons. We sell you the
best goods at lowest prices. Call
carlv, call often.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Op
tician. Opposite Harper house.
Call at our store and look
at our liae of winter suit
ing. From our large
line it is an easy matter
to select gods for your
New Year's Suit
Prices Guaranteed. Workman
ship and Style Unequaled
1823 Second Ave, Rock Island.
Throngs of happy men, women, boys and girls.
Happy when they come, happier when they leave.
All want useful gifts for father, for husband, son,
brother or sweetheart. They come because their
dollars and cents command more than any
where else. Our complete line of Holiday Goods
are on display and we have extra salesmen to as
sist our customers in making their selection from
ur New Year's Spread.
FINE KERSEY CAPS
KID SILK LINED
CARDIGAN JACK IM S
FINE FANCY HOSIERY
PATENT LE.VJHER TRUNKS
I $4.00 o
wSa -- rit1
fr,f. ri',he sJjr SsttJvy
ONE TIKV ITTI-K